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New 2TB thumb drive allows users to store, misplace lifetime of memories
Thu, 05 Jan 2017 15:00:15 +0000
Fountain Valley, CA – Kingston Technology has developed a 2TB flash drive which can store a lifetime worth of memories before users misplace it somewhere in their house or at work.
The DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte can easily store the fond, irreplaceable memories of an entire generation and up to 160 HD movies in a convenient size which can be slipped into the pockets of the pants that you’ve already placed in the washing machine.
“Users can store up to 80 years of their short and long-term memories so they can enjoy the novelty and mix it up with other thumb drives,” said Kingston Technology CEO John Tu. “The times spent up at the cottage, a first dance recital, the face of a long-past relative, and several Powerpoint presentation can be preserved and then forgotten about in your messy office drawer. Plus, it has zinc-alloy case!”
The 72mm-wide memory stick, which may sell upwards of $2,000, can be tucked into a backpack that you don’t use anymore storing your most deepest secret about what happened that night in August a few years ago that no one else knows about. Or, at least that’s what you think.
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